INTERIOR DESIGN DIRECTORY
A polyester-based worktop product that can also be used to make baths, sinks and furniture. It looks great, comes in any colour you want (although the seventy standard colours are a good starting point), is totally recyclable and is made from 30% recycled materials itself.
A truly lovely interiors shop in Cambridge selling hand selected understated, very elegant homewares. If you don’t live in Cambridge, you can buy online, but if you do, they have a lovely coffee shop on the first floor where you can recover from your shopping spree!
A treasure trove of a shop on the Portobello Road selling every type of handle, knob, hook and door knocker. There is a selection of their beautiful wares on the website but a visit is by far the best experience.
Beautiful designed and exquisitely made needlework in the form of cushions, hangings, quilts and accessories. Work can be commissioned. All made by prisoners, taught and supported by incredibly skilled needlework volunteers.
A long-established family business that has a range of superb fabrics of its own and also represents other designers, including Jonathan Adler, Barbara Barry and Michael Weiss. In addition, it supplies ranges of furniture, carpets and trimmings that are all worth a look.
A beautiful selection of lighting which you can find in their treasure trove of a shop on the Wandsworth Bridge Road or on their website. A lovely traditional range of lighting with individual statement pieces as well.
This Finnish company works with a wide range of designers to collate a remarkable collection of fabrics, home accessories and clothing. Its desirable products couple bright colours and simple styles with great design.
A huge range of beautiful wallpaper – some really charming designs and a flexible range of styles and colours. High quality products designed and manufactured in Sweden using environmentally friendly processes.
Beautiful fabrics, carpet, stoneware and a range of home furnishings and accessories all with a wonderful highland feel that are designed and produced in Scotland.
Farrow and Ball is a master of colour and produces great paint. The firm is perhaps best known for the stylish historic-house look, but the range also works wonderfully well in contemporary urban interiors.
A lovely family company with a commitment to working with quality weavers and printers. They have a range of exceptional contemporary designs and a good stock of excellent basics.
The embodiment of French style and flair – elegant and luxurious and in fabulous colour combinations. The best range of illustrative fabrics available, drawing inspiration from history and around the world.